We set up a book tour for thriller “My Name is Nelson”. The tour runs from May 21 to May 28.
May 21st: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
May 21st: Promo Post @ Author C.A. Milson’s Blog
May 22nd: Book Excerpt and Giveaway @ Tome Tender’s Blog
May 23rd: Promo Post @ Nesie’s Place
May 24th: Author Interview @ Editor Charlene’s Blog
May 26th: Promo Post @ Books are Forever
May 27th: Character Interview @ The Book Daily
May 28th: Book Review and Giveaway @ I Heart Reading
May 28th: Promo Post and Giveaway @ Stormy Night Reviewing
About the Book
Title: My Name is Nelson
Author: Dylan Fairchild
President Andrew MacIntyre was having a pretty good first year in the Oval Office. Suddenly, during what should have been a peaceful Christmas season, he’s facing one of the worst national security crises in American history. And it’s being masterminded out of a sleazy, New Mexico strip joint? What the hell?
Is this a political thriller? Or is it science fiction? A zany comedy? Perhaps it’s a love story. Whatever it is, it’s a riveting page-turner with a little sex appeal, and a lot of laughs. If “Doctor Strangelove” can find the humor in nuclear war, then surely there’s a little bit of laughter lurking in unmanned aviation, as well as some serious, heartfelt moments.
It’s little wonder White House National Security Advisor Chet Addington* said this was, “Pretty much the best novel ever.”**
* Absolutely, positively, not a real person
** He’s been known to be wrong about stuff
Dylan Fairchild is the pen name of a Virginia-based indie author. He usually lurks in a different genre.
“My Name is Nelson” is the author’s first thriller. It’s a genre-busting blend of humor, action, political-military intrigue, romance, and science fiction. “The Indie View” awarded it “five-plus” stars and said “in terms of sheer storytelling mastery, it’s one of the best books we’ve seen in a while.” The book is dedicated to “all the men and women who work so tirelessly to protect our nation.”
The author can be found on Goodreads.com, and he is happy to reply to any questions, comments, or witty ridicule of his photo.
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